Future tenants can expect historical features and prime location near Golden 1 Center and planned Railyards Development.
City of Sacramento announced a Request for Proposals to lease office or retail space at the historic Sacramento Valley Station.
The station is currently undergoing full restoration. Once completed, the historical building will include 25,000 square feet of mixed-use leasable space for offices, food vendors, and retail. The project will be completed in the end of 2016, and is in a prime location, close in proximity to the Golden 1 Center, DOCO, and the planned Sacramento Railyards development.
Future tenants can expect historical features that will enrich the character of the space. The building’s large expansive windows and rooftop terrace will provide city skyline views stretching north over the railyards and south to the new downtown arena. The renovation will result in the station qualifying as a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold building with new efficient energy and climate control systems.
Currently, visitors to the station can see a flurry of activity going on both inside and outside the station, including the relocation of the Amtrak functions to the west side of the station. New construction within the historic space allows for a restoration of the historic finishes while making the most efficient use of space in order to accommodate more leasable area in the building.
The station’s complete makeover is possible thanks to a U.S. Department of Transportation $15 million Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) discretionary grant program championed by U.S. Rep. Doris Matsui toward the $31 million construction cost.